Two white men wanted to destroy the words black peoples lives are also lives

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 Two white men wanted to destroy the words black peoples lives are also lives


(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }Earlier, a video posted on social media showed a white woman covering the words a black mans life is a life with a black painted roller, while a white man was recorded arguing with passers-by, shouting for them to stop. We are tired of talking about police violence, oppression and racism, the man said. Its a lie. The video also showed the man went to a car parked nearby to retrieve a can of black paint. It is not clear what the relationship between the two men who damaged the murals is, nor what charges they will face. Local resident Justin Gomez is the organizer of the black protest in Martinez. We asked for graffiti on the main street of the city, and the city chose the street in front of the Wickfield Taylor court. We agreed immediately, and I think its a stronger statement than we made at the beginning. Gomez and local residents began painting the mural at 7:00 a.m. local time on the 4th. At 2:30 p.m., he left before the paint was dry. At 3 p.m., Gomez received a message that the murals had been destroyed. Gomez said the murals have been restored and supporters are on the scene to prevent further damage. American 6-year-old girl was expelled from nursery school for wearing T-shirts with black life is life and so on. US media: trump calls black life is life as hate symbol; initiator of black life is life calls for withdrawal of police funds: black people dont trust politicians. Source: Overseas website Author: Li Fang, editor in charge: Ma Wenjing_ NBJS9027

Local resident Justin Gomez is the organizer of the black protest in Martinez. We asked for graffiti on the main street of the city, and the city chose the street in front of the Wickfield Taylor court. We agreed immediately, and I think its a stronger statement than we made at the beginning. Gomez and local residents began painting the mural at 7:00 a.m. local time on the 4th. At 2:30 p.m., he left before the paint was dry. At 3 p.m., Gomez received a message that the murals had been destroyed. Gomez said the murals have been restored and supporters are on the scene to prevent further damage.